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    Recovery Survey

    [EDIT]NEW LINK
    We are high school students in Crystal Lake, Illinois that are in a class where we find a problem and then develop a solution to the problem.
    We would really appreciate it if you could take our survey to help us narrow down our problem.
    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MDQ2Y8M


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    clicking on the link in your posting results in this message:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkovac View Post
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    So, what you're saying is that the question on recovery might want to check their (Quick) links?

    Tony

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    I got a different result - it wanted me to sign in to Google to fill out the forms. I don't use any Google accounts so I'm unable to complete it.

    I've used Survey Monkey with great results.


    Tony
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    Quote Originally Posted by jkovac View Post
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    Ditto here.

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    Perhaps they needed (ground) testing prior to deployment...

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    I get the need permission message too. Maybe it is a survey to see how many of can see the other survey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthEDD View Post
    We are high school students in Crystal Lake, Illinois that are in a class where we find a problem and then develop a solution to the problem.
    I found a problem- it's with your website solution- make it public, or do a survey on the thread in here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tfish View Post
    So, what you're saying is that the question on recovery might want to check their (Quick) links?

    Tony
    aahhaa,,

    hahaa,,
    aahhaaaa,, lol

    eehhhhhh,,,

    Keep your day job Tony... lol...

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    Thank you for the suggestion to use survey Monkey.

    Matthew

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    New Link for Survey

    Thank you to all of the great people at tried to help us and for the feedback on the status of the survey.

    We Have anew link for the survey that should work.

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MDQ2Y8M


    Matthew

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    I see where this survey is going. Looks like a market survey to gauge interest in a steerable chute recovery system, or something along that line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mccordmw View Post
    Looks like a market survey to gauge interest in a steerable chute recovery system, or something along that line.
    FYI- there is a guy (Ravenex) that has something functional along these lines, and is already looking to turn it into a product

    Crystal Lake HS students- will you be at Midwest Power this year? I'm guessing that Ravenex will be there flying his steerable kite.
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    I am working on a commercial product in along these lines. I also happen to live 20 minutes from Crystal Lake. I will send you a PM with my contact info, feel free to get ahold of me.
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    Oh, and yes, I plan to fly my steerable kite / stabilization rocket this year provided the weather cooperates. The rebuild is almost complete, I will be posting updates about the build as soon as time allows. So you should definitely come to MWP and come chat. As usual LiquidFyre Rocketry will be co-located with Python Rocketry, which will be hard to miss.

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